Rehabilitative Palliative Care: Webinar 4

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  • £15
  • Free to professionals in South East London as part of the HELP programme
  • All prices include VAT

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Rehabilitative Palliative Care

Following our hugely successful Rehabilitative Palliative Care conference in 2022, we delivered a series of webinars on the new model of holistic rehabilitative palliative care.

What will I learn?

Part 1: Introducing the model and exploring leadership challenges
Introducing a revised model of holistic rehabilitative palliative care and exploring the leadership challenges of changing practice in your area and how to address them

Part 2: “My illness does not define me”. Identity crisis: adjustment to living with a life limiting condition
This workshop will explore the psychological impact of living with a life-limiting condition on self, relationships and community, focusing on adjustment through periods of transitional change. We will look at how as professionals we can take proactive steps to finding the person within the patient.

About the model

Who is it for?

This community of practice is aimed at anyone working in any setting, who wants rehabilitative palliative care to be an important part of their current and future ethos and service delivery. A basic knowledge of rehabilitative palliative care is assumed.

Watch again access to this webinar is FREE for professionals in South East London as part of the Hospice Education and Learning Partnership (HELP).

Helena Talbot-Rice

Helena Talbot Rice

Helena joined St Christopher’s in June 2011 after thirteen years working clinically in the acute sector in the NHS. Prior to St Christopher’s, she worked in various large teaching hospitals…
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Heather Richardson

Director of Education, Research and End of Life Policy at St Christopher’s Hospice, Honorary Professor in the International Observatory on End of Life Care at Lancaster University and Senior Research…
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Gail Preston

Gail Preston

Gail has a wide ranging experience in Physiotherapy, coming to work at St Christopher’s in 2011. She has been involved in all aspects of Rehabilitation at St Christopher’s including developing…
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Why our education programme?

We have a well-established programme of high quality, cutting-edge, specialist palliative care education, designed for those working in the UK and internationally.

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Education is at the heart of St Christopher’s mission to promote and provide hospice care of the highest standards.

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